The land is near the entrance to downtown Troy.
In April, the hospital network bought a neighboring site where the former Hobart Brothers factory stood on Main Street for $500,000.
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A new hospital is now under construction, which will join the $1.58 billion network’s eight hospitals, 10 emergency departments, and 120 outpatient facilities.
The three-story, nearly 100,000 square-foot Troy hospital is expected to create 120 new jobs and be a $60 million investment.
The facility will be Kettering Health’s entrance into Miami County, which has now has Premier Health’s Upper Valley Medical Center as its only hospital.
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“What we’re trying to do is anticipate where health care is headed and to plan for that in a very meaningful matter.” Roy Chew, president of Kettering Health Network, said previously.
Premier Health has pushed back against Kettering Health’s growth plans, claiming its making an unnecessary duplication of services.